Clinical Laboratory Science Degree Program
As a Clinical Laboratory Science student at DeVry University, you'll learn how to work with complex, precision instruments and a variety of automated and electronic laboratory equipment. Once you earn your bachelor's degree in our Clinical Laboratory Science program, you'll be a skilled professional who can help medical teams of pathologists, specialists, technologists, and technicians determine the presence, extent, or absence of disease, and provide data needed to evaluate the effectiveness of treatment.
If you have qualifying prior credit to apply, you can complete your Clinical Laboratory Science degree in less time, allowing you to launch or advance your career sooner. And because not many universities offer CLS as a bachelor's degree, you'll be adding a unique credential to your resumé.
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Focusing on applying concepts and skills to real-world situations, DeVry's Clinical Laboratory Science program curriculum includes these career-enhancing courses:
Lab Science Career Entry Exploration & Phlebotomy
Preprofessional Practice for the Clinical Laboratory
Clinical Laboratory Operations and Management
Students in this clinical laboratory science course explore career opportunities associated with professions in pathology by interacting with other members of the healthcare team to understand the role of the clinical laboratory scientist. Special emphasis is placed on the practice of phlebotomy and securing specimens for testing.
To prepare for preceptorship in clinical laboratory science practice, students in this course perform an individualized health assessment in terms of vaccinations and accepting personal responsibility in adhering to safe practices: apply rules and regulations of health information; incorporate behavior principles of safety and infection control; and model the role of the clinical laboratory scientist.
This clinical course describes principles and procedure for performing clinical lab tests for carbohydrates lipids, proteins, heme derivatives, enzymes, liver function, urinalysis, spinal fluid, electrolytes, acid-base blood gases, therapeutic drug monitoring, toxicology, endocrine systems, and trace elements.
Examines principles of lab management, including fiscal and regulatory aspects, this clinical laboratory science course explores quality control and assessment as tools for excellence in lab services. Use of lab information systems as management resources and for business and strategic planning is introduced.